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Rumor in the
Prologue to Henry IV, pt. 2, (1.1.1-8)
Interesting introduction to one of Shakespeare’s play, not used often, a chorus or prologue. Careful about false reports when Mercury is still, well, inconvenienced. Happy Birthday to that one special Aries. Sign up for the mailing list.
Before the next horoscope gets here? Mars is going to move out Taurus. Should make you feel a little better. Might, should, feel a little less “antsy.” Mars has been burning and churning, or churning and burning, depends, along the way to make Taurus quicker than usual. Quicker to answer, and quicker to anger. Mars isn’t always all about “rage,” or rage against that which we can’t seem t put a finger, but that seems to pop up more frequently.
Alas, the storm is come again!
Trinculo in Shakespeare’s The Tempest 2.2.20
“Did you feel that?”
When the captain of the vessel makes that kind of complaint?
I grab onto something, and get prepared to hang on for dear life.
“Did you feel that?
Everyone has a song. Over the years, my tunes have changed, and what I wanted for an entrance song, then, and now? Changed a lot. When I was younger, I never thought about it. I’ve heard this referred to as a baseball player’s “walk-on” song. I was thinking more long the lines of the wrestling shows, and the kind of song that would blare, as I emerged from a tunnel, about to battle with, well, whatever that stuff is. Never did follow wrestling too closely. This isn’t about wrestling, or any other sport, though. This is about themes songs and pageantry.